Aug 25, 2015

Mob Street No.12

“Photography is a way of feeling, of touching, of loving. What you have caught on film is captured forever… It remembers little things, long after you have forgotten everything.” — Aaron Siskind

The Mob Street showcase is making its appearance again with No. 12. Photos are selected from the Mob Street Flickr Group. Anyone shooting street photography with a mobile device is welcome to join in.
As someone who has an endless fascination with people watching, the images below give me a chance to visit streets around the world through the lenses of these very talented photographers.

© unaisa momoitio
Unaisa Momoitio

© Basak Aytek
Basak Aytek

© Jiri Dvorak
Jiri Dvorak

© Michał Koralewski
Michał Koralewski

© Ale Di Gangi
Ale Di Gangi

© Waldemar Błażej Nowak
Waldemar Błażej Nowak

© Dariusz Sobiecki
Dariusz Sobiecki

© Dr. Pajchiwo
Dr. Pajchiwo 

© Elaine Taylor
Elaine Taylor

© Luisón

© hanakai2001

© Karen Axelrad
Karen Axelrad

© Nena Laine
Nena Laine

© Michelle Robinson
Michelle Robinson

© Richard Pilon
Richard Pilon

© Alex Rapicki
Alex Rapicki

© Connie Gardner Rosenthal
Connie Gardner Rosenthal

© Vanessa Vox
Vanessa Vox

© Rafal Piotrzkowski
Rafal Piotrzkowski

© Veevs

© Jonasz Olszewski
Jonasz Olszewski
© Adam Oczkoś
Adam Oczkoś

© desian66

© Fiona Christian
Fiona Christian

© Paolo Berni
Paolo Berni

Aug 24, 2015

TrueView Interview at The App Whisperer

In case you haven't visited The App Whisperer lately, there is a wonderful series of interviews with mobile photographers all answering the question, "What does your work say about mobile art?". Joanne Carter has invited many from our community to answer the question.

I was asked but very hesitant to film myself due to my own insecurities, so I found a work around and donned a Sia-like white wig and managed to get through it.

You can visit The App Whisperer to see my TrueView Interview. Thank you Joanne for inviting me.

Aug 15, 2015

Nowvel - Simply Beautiful Photobooks

What is your name and how are you associated with Nowvel?

Ed Han, I’m one of the co-founders of Nowvel.

How did Nowvel get started?

I suppose you could say that it started from a long history of being sentimental and being interested in memories. The last company I helped start and was the CEO for 8 years was Tiny Prints, now part of Shutterfly. At Tiny Prints, we printed cards and stationery - most with photos to help families connect with loved ones. But I’ve personally always loved printed books and photobooks in particular as a way to always rediscover precious memories on purpose or accidentally because they are printed in physical form. Having left Tiny Prints over 2 years ago, I teamed up with a couple of great folks who shared this common interest to start Nowvel about 6 months ago.

Our goal is to make photobook creation super simple with a casual yet high quality photobook, which is why we are starting with mobile first. Given so many of our photos are taken on our smartphones, we hope that by making the process simple and using technology to automate as much of photobooking making as possible that more photographers will print, gift and hold onto their memories in a physical way to share and experience with others.

Exactly what can you do with Nowvel?

Nowvel helps organize your photos into memories that are grouped based on software we’ve built that looks at the digital information on your iPhone photos and Facebook. We group them into a visual format that looks like a book, which you then can simply enjoy reliving the memories, share with friends and even print as a photobook in our very unique, premium format. Our photobooks are printed on the latest digital press technology onto stiff, lay flat paper that has 3 eco friendly certifications and costs just $10 flat. With up to 5 photos per page, users can print up to 100 photos into each book.

Aug 10, 2015

A Conversation with David Hayes - iPhone Photographer

© David Hayes
What is your name and where do you live? 

DH:  My name is David Hayes. My wife, our Brittany, and I live in the small city of Milford, OH that is a bit northeast of Cincinnati. 

How did you get started in mobile photography? What device do you use? 

DH:  I have been a photographer for quite sometime...trained in film and all that. I didn’t go over to digital right away and even when I did, I still leaned towards my film cameras. It wasn’t until I started hearing about “iphoneography” and saw the images people where creating that I caught the bug. I started with an iPhone 4 and now am using an iPhone 6. I also have an iPad 3 that I use for most of my editing work. 

© David Hayes

Aug 8, 2015

9 Composition Tips Featuring Steve McCurry Photography

You can find just about anything online. There is an informative short video that demonstrates the excellent use of the fundamentals of composing a great image utilizing the work of Steve McCurry.

Watch the video below to see how McCurry uses:

The Rule of Thirds
Leading Lines
Figure to Ground
Fill the Frame
Center Dominant Eye
Patterns & Repetition and how Interrupting Patterns can create even more drama


Centering the dominant eye is something I wasn't familiar with but I certainly see how effective it can be. I also didn't know the term Figure to Ground but it explains what I find so attractive about images that have a strong contrast between the subject and the background.

Is there any tip that stood out for you?

Aug 7, 2015

Call for Artists: Outside the White Cube

Call for Artists: Outside the White Cube

The Multiple eXposure Project will be curating “Outside the White Cube”, an alternative, traveling, curatorial project which aims to feature image-based works across different disciplines and media by emerging artists from the Philippines and elsewhere. We are inviting local and international artists whose works discuss the notion of the “PUBLIC” and its complexities. Deadline of submission is on October 5, 2015.

Artists working in a variety of media and disciplines are invited to participate and submit their works. We are seeking image submissions such as photographic series, video arts, short films, video mapping, recorded public performances, digital manipulation, animation, digital arts, new media arts, and others. Needless to say, any medium that can be projected to the screen will be accepted.

Please email your submissions, together with description, artist statement, and bionote, to

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